The University offers resources related to a wide range of topics from work life balance, health and fitness, sexual violence support, privacy, security, counseling services, and much more. Information and support are just clicks away. Contact your HR Partner if you have any questions.
The BeWell Program advocates living healthy lifestyles and creating a vibrant culture of wellness. BeWell offers screening, advising, planning and engagement opportunities to help you achieve your wellness goals.
Diversity & Access
The Diversity & Access Office provides services and resources designed to ensure equal opportunity and equal access, and to address bias and discrimination. They provide assistance to individuals with disabilities who have requests for accommodations in the workplace and access to Stanford facilities, programs and activities.
Environmental Health & Safety
The Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) provides and coordinates programs and services that minimize safety, health, environmental, and regulatory risks. To report an environmental or workplace safety concern, register for training, review health and safety guidelines, request services like emergency preparedness, chemical disposal or an ergonomic evaluation, visit EH&S.
Faculty Staff Help Center
Services offered by the Staff Faculty Help Center for the Stanford community include counseling, workshops, discussion groups, facilitated conversations, consultation and training, and retreat facilitation. All services are free of charge.
Health Improvement Program
The Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP) is a division of the Stanford Prevention Research Center, a department within the Stanford School of Medicine. HIP provides health education classes and group fitness classes, and advocates policies that support environments conducive to healthy lifestyle behaviors.
The Information Security Office (ISO) oversees the Stanford community's efforts to protect its computing and information assets and to comply with pertinent laws, regulations, and policies. They offer recommendations for avoiding identity theft and protecting your computer from viruses. To report an incident or a lost or stolen device, contact ISO.
The Stanford University Occupational Health Center (SUOHC) is a campus-based medical clinic that offers evaluation and treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses, work-related preventive medical services, travel medicine, and OSHA and departmentally-mandated medical surveillance programs for university staff. However, for immediate life-threatening emergencies, call 911 or 9-911 from a campus phone.
From its inception, the Office of the Ombuds was designed to be a neutral, confidential, and informal channel for resolving conflicts within the university. They are a resource to help you resolve and cope more effectively with tough situations that may arise in your work environment.
Do you know or suspect that an event may have violated the privacy of an individual(s)? Let the Privacy Office know. They are committed to working with parties across the Stanford community to protect the integrity of data collected, created, transmitted, released and stored by Stanford affiliates and entities.
The Department of Public Safety provides services that include AlertSU notifications, event security, traffic control, bike safety and more. They are committed to providing a safe, secure atmosphere. However, for emergencies, contact 911 or 9-911 from an office phone.
Sexual Violence Support
If you have experienced any form of sexual or relationship violence, we are here to support you. Confidential counseling, emergency response and medical support are available to assist you, 24 hours a day. You can choose the resources you're most comfortable contacting. You are not alone -- there are people who can help you.
Whether you have a general question related to sexual harassment, a concern involving someone's behavior, or you're wondering about training requirements, the Sexual Harassment Policy Office (SHPO) staff can assist you.
Stanford Services is the central, online, IT-related help request system. You can report a problem or get help from areas including: IT, Events & Services, Payroll, Finance, Stanford Hospitals & Clinics, Facilities, Academic & Student Life, and Human Resources. Log a ticket to request assistance.
The WorkLife Office provides direct services and collaborative partnerships that assist faculty, staff and students achieve comfortable balance in their work, personal and family lives. There are programs and services for every stage of life to help employees manage the competing demands of work, school, family, and personal responsibilities.